Posts Tagged "jeremy paden"

the saddest of angels

by on Jan 26, 2018 in Poetry | 0 comments

the saddest of angels is a girl who spends her days on black basalt boulders & sings the colors of night: crimson & cobalt, opal & malachite, sings the darkness of stars & the moon & the fullness of glaciers below, a girl who sings with the meadowlark & the...

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Congratulations to our 2016 Rhysling Award nominees!

by on Feb 22, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

This year’s batch of Rhysling Award nominees have been released by the Science Fiction Poetry Association. We are delighted to have two poems earn nominations. Category “Short Form”: Song of the Encantado by Jeremy Paden (issue 83) Category “Long Form”: Not...

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Song of the Encantado

by on Apr 26, 2016 in Poetry | 0 comments

Do not stare into the blind eyes of the pink-fleshed singing porpoise. You have stared down the dancing snake but the eyes your eyes followed as they swayed were filled with moonlight, & the song of the split — tongue is of the earth & is a forest song that winds about the...

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